Yoga workshop - Lisa Valentine Yoga Studios, Banbury, Oxfordshire : November 2020

Fascia - the organ of structure

Fascia has become the latest trend in yoga and bodywork.  Practitioners and experts from all fields of movement are discussing and researching it, and it’s revolutionizing our understanding of how the body moves.  We’re beginning to throw away the old paradigms and move towards a new fluid approach to movement practice.

If you’d like to find out more about this magical, almost liquid, connective tissue, and its impact on our yoga practice, join Catherine for this practical workshop to:

∗  Learn more what fascia is and how it affects us in yoga

∗  Develop approaches to unwind the fascial web in a variety of yoga poses

∗  Release habitual holding patterns and areas of restriction

∗  Understand the importance of fascia to our structural stability

∗  Cultivate a fresh approach to yoga that will return you to free, easy movement

£85 ….. Yoga workshop + a vegetarian lunch
£75 ….. Yoga workshop only
Early bird £5 discount

Venue

Getting There

Address

Lisa Valentine Yoga Studios

Burgess Farm
Middleton Cheney
Banbury
Oxfordshire
OX17 2NE

Tel: 07957 215 495

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